That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to an advance screening of Dark Phoenix in Toronto on Wednesday, June 5th!
Tom of Finland director Dome Karukoski returns with another biopic about an influential creative mind, this time turning his sights to famed Lord of the Rings writer J. R. R. Tolkien. Does the film do justice to the man or is it more focused on his legendary work?
Gavin Stephens joins Daniel to see how well X-Men: First Class holds up.
We recently had a chance to speak to director Drake Doremus about his new film Equals, Kristen Stewart's fans, the influence of Ridley Scott, and more!
A few things get in the way of Drake Doremus' dystopian romance Equals being truly great, but Kristen Stewart is certainly not one of them.
X-Men: Apocalypse is extremely faithful to its source material, but does that make it a good movie?
French writer/director Gilles Paquet-Brenner talks to us about adapting Gillian Flynn's Dark Places while also learning to adapt to Hollywood.
On this episode we review Mad Max: Fury Road and talk with writer Sam Maggs about her new book The Fangirl's Guide to the Galaxy: A Handbook for Girl Geeks.
All the Terminators, Jurassic Parks, Impossible Missions and superhero adaptations, sequels and reboots might as well just stay home, the king of the 2015 summer blockbusters has entered the building.
We sat down with Mad Max: Fury Road mastermind George Miller and co-star Nicholas Hoult to discuss insane car stunts and the film's long journey to the big screen.
There's not enough story, character, or originality to sustain Jake Paltrow's great looking and well acting apocalyptic western The Young Ones.
Somewhere between a natural continuation of the story arc kicked off by the previous “proper” entry of a franchise and a complete and total retconning of the same lies X-Men: Days of Future Past. It’s a stronger film than its immediate and proper predecessor, but thanks to some time travelling and convenient plotting, it essentially undoes most of the plot elements that didn’t work the last time out.
Enter for a chance to win one of five copies of Warm Bodies on DVD, courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films!
There assuredly a fair bit of fun to be had while watching Bryan Singer’s classic-yet-cracked fairytale adaptation Jack the Giant Slayer, but it’s the kind of fun that needs to be had with the brain’s switch firmly placed in the off position.
Clever and extremely well directed by Jonathan Levine, the romantic zombie comedy Warm Bodies takes a plethora of different genre elements, puts them to good use, and never once hides its desires to be nothing more than pure entertainment.